cyber security trends and expectations

January 17, 2019

2018 was the year of large-scale data breaches as visualised in the Cyberseer Infographic: 2018 Breach Highlights. So, what can we expect to see in the cyber security space in the coming year? 2019 is guaranteed to be filled with new attack techniques. As you think about how to protect your organisation, here’s an infographic of the 2019 Cyber Security Trends and Expectations we believe are in store for 2019 and beyond.

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Intertrust Technologies invents, develops, and delivers technologies for trusted computing, digital privacy, and security among leading global corporations from mobile and CE manufacturers and service providers, to enterprise software platform companies. Intertrust and its subsidiaries are also developing new trusted computing services for vertical markets related to consumer privacy, Internet processing of DNA data,

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Cybersecurity: main and emerging threats in 2021

Infographic | January 27, 2022

The progress of digital transformation has inevitably led to new cybersecurity threats. Cybercriminals take advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic, in particular by targeting organisations and companies working remotely. Parliament has adopted its position on a new EU directive that reflects how cybersecurity threats have evolved and introduces harmonised measures across the EU, including on the protection of essential sectors.

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Help Your Employees Overcome Cybersecurity Fears by Promoting Cyber Awareness

Infographic | January 23, 2020

Increased cyber awareness has never been more important for businesses and consumers, as U.S. data breaches continue to increase at a record pace and are predicted to reach an all-time high of over 1,000 in 2017. This increase seems to have contributed to a growth in consumer concerns, as our recent research revealed that consumers’ worries about identity theft and cybercrime are now on par with other common concerns such as illnesses and car accidents.

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Cybersecurity for Small Businesses

Infographic | May 25, 2021

Small businesses often ignore security precautions. Sometimes it’s due to a lack of resources, other times it’s because they think hackers won’t care. On the contrary, 58% of all malware attacks are targeted at small businesses, because hackers know there is no proper security in place.

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The Booming Information Security Industry

Infographic | August 26, 2021

The information security industry is expected to exhibit tremendous growth in 2021. The key drivers of this growth are increased spending on cybersecurity services and the rising demand for cloud security. According to Gartner, the 2021 information security and risk management spending is anticipated to grow almost 2X from the previous year.

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Cyber Security Infographics

Infographic | May 4, 2021

Organisations know cyber security is a major risk; they depend on the Internet and IT systems to communicate with their customers, suppliers, partners and staff.Drawing on our experience in helping senior executives address the key governance and leadership issues around cyber threats, CGI’s Cyber Security Services team have developed a set of actions that senior business leaders can use to focus their organisations on cyber risk readiness.

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CYBER SAFETY STARTS AT HOME

Infographic | January 28, 2020

With everyone in the family using the internet to engage in social media, adjust the home thermostat or shop for the latest connected toy, it is vital to make certain that the entire household — including children and older adults — learn to use the internet safely and responsibility.

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Intertrust Technologies Corporation

Intertrust Technologies invents, develops, and delivers technologies for trusted computing, digital privacy, and security among leading global corporations from mobile and CE manufacturers and service providers, to enterprise software platform companies. Intertrust and its subsidiaries are also developing new trusted computing services for vertical markets related to consumer privacy, Internet processing of DNA data,

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